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Mar 10, 2017 Prescott Arts Beat
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After 13 years on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio/The K-JAZZ Radio Network, Prescott Arts Beat producer/host Andrew Johnson-Schmit hangs up his spurs with one last interview. Fittingly, this is with PAB founder, John "JT" Tannous.  Thank you all for listening and coming out to the live shows over the years. Many thanks to KJZA station manager Tom Erickson for the opportunity to serve the arts and culture communities of Northern Arizona.  And remember, Prescott Arts - That's Our Beat!
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, radio, last show, arts, culture
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Jan 31, 2017 Prescott Arts Beat
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Actor/Writer/Producer Kevin Goss talks about the premiere of his new web series, Dr. Wanker's Short Adventures, just in time for Oscar Season! #OscarsSoTall http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6368334/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ-BcmOGg7pSPDtuh-qnt_g
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, web series, comedy, Oscars, Academy Awards, OscarsSoTall
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Jan 7, 2017 Prescott Arts Beat
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Local restaurateur and relentless civic do-gooder Barry Barbe talks about his campaign to flood Prescott City Council with post cards from 10,000+ citizens who value the Prescott Public Library ("Prescott's Living Room"), in the face even more proposed budget cuts. (Photo courtesy of 5 Senses magazine) Airing on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, library, budget, books, campaign
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Dec 31, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Guitarist/Singer/Teacher Drew Hall from the acoustic guitar duo, Drew Hall & Anton Teschner, talks about their 3rd CD, "Next Chapter," release party at The Raven Cafe in Prescott, AZ 1-7-17. Airing on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.)  Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. 
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, guitar, music, flamenco, gigging, CD
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Nov 18, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Artist/Podcaster Robert Jackson talks about his newest work, The 100 Jizo Project  - one hundred Jizo statues to embody people's pain, suffering and loss, then, in a symbolic release, the clay statues will be destroyed.  Airing on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.)  Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. 
Topics: Jerome, AZ, Arizona, art, ceramics, artist, jizo, statue
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Nov 16, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Director Tamee Niekamp talks about her new local  production of The Rocky Horror Show, coming to the Ruth Street Theatre. What brings her back to this show, year after year? Where did she see it first? What's her newest approach to this classic rock and roll musical? Originally aired on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.) ...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, musical, show, Rocky Horror
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Nov 5, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Writer/Editor Susan DeFreitas talks about her debut novel, Hot Season, relating the lives and intrigues of college students in a small town in Northern Arizona. Published by Harvard Square Editions. 
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, novel, writer, writing
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Oct 29, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Barbara Kiger from the MTN Spinners and Weavers Guild talks about their 7th Annual Holiday Show and Sale. Originally aired 10/30/16 on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.)  Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. 
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, fabric arts, artist, holidays
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Oct 15, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Sedona Guitarist Anthony Mazzella talks about his one man salute to the greats of rock guitar at the Elks Theatre. 
Topics: Prescott, az, arizona, music, guitar, rock, concert, Elks, Theatre
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Aug 24, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Kaileena Martin, Prescott singer/songwriter, talks about changing from a solo act to a duo and head of her own band. Originally airing 8/28/16 on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. 
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, music, musician, singer, songwriter
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Aug 24, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Kaileen Martin, Prescott singer/songwriter, talks about changing from a solo act to a duo and head of her own band. Originally airing 8/28/16 on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. 
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, music, singer, songwriter, open mic
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Aug 13, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Prescott filmmaker Bryan Matuskey and poet/actor/pyro theatre performer Dan Seaman talk about their 6 year collaboration on a film dramatizing Edgar Allan Poe's poem, Annabel Lee. Originally airing 8/14/16 on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. 
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, film, movie, cinema, short film, video, NorAZ, fire, poem, Edgar Allan Poe,...
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Aug 13, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Interview with Sky Conwell from Sky Daddy and the Pop Rocks, who were just tapped to play the second largest rockabilly festival in the US: the Lake Havasu Rockabilly Reunion in 2017. Originally airing 8/7/16 on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. 
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, public radio, music, rock and roll, band, rockabilly, Lake Havasu, singer
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Aug 13, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Interview with Stella Lora Heiniemi, lead singer of Stella and the Phins - a band working the Yavapai County bar circuit and about to come out with their first full length CD.  Originally airing 6/25/16 on KJZA/Prescott Public Radio, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. 
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, public radio, music, band, indie, rock and roll, NorAZ
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May 28, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Author/Screenwriter Jeb Rosebrook talks about writing the best rodeo movie ever shot, Junior Bonner (directed by Sam Peckinpah, starring Steve McQueen.) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junior_Bonner http://jebrosebrook.com/ Shot during the 1971 4th of July parade and World's Oldest Rodeo in Prescott, AZ, this lyrical depiction of a changing American West and the men who ride it, even for just 7 seconds, is one of our personal favorite films. Originally airing 5/28/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network,...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, rodeo, Steve McQueen, Sam Peckinpah, novelist, screenwriter, movies, film
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May 4, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Guitarist/Tenor Sax Player Anton Teschner and volunteer mentor talks about his long musical partnership with Drew Hall and the 2nd Annual Play It Forward Fundraising Concert to benefit Boys to Men. Originally airing 5/7/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, guitar, sax, music, fundraiser, Boys to Men, mentorship
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Apr 28, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Actor-Comedian Wayne Federman talks about his many Tonight Show appearances, the changing face of stand up comedy and just one of the many ways he's different from an Airborne Ranger.  Originally airing 4/30/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, comedy, stand up, Mile High Comedy Theater
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Apr 23, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Prescott Area Photographer Chad Castigliano, owner of Chronicker Photography, talks about his viral photo campaign featuring The Whimsical Woodsman and how its taking Facebook by storm. Originally airing 4/23/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, photography, calendar, viral, Facebook, Whimsical Woodsman
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Apr 16, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Guest Artist Lisa Brethour talks about the 8th Annual Chalk It Up, Prescott and the pleasures of coming to Prescott to create this unique, temporary art work. Originally airing 4/16/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, chalk, art, public art, community art, parking lot
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Apr 2, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Matt Jackson was a beloved jazz musician, composer, recording engineer, film director and boom op. His recent passing has left many in the Prescott arts scene down in the mouth. I thought it would be a good use of this show to celebrate his life and creative work in music and film.  I'm joined by filmmaker Michelle Lambeau, keyboardist Jonathan Best, guitarist Drew Hall, cinematographer Forrest Sandefer and writer/producer/director Angie Johnson-Schmit. Originally airing 4/2/16 on the K-Jazz...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, film, jazz, memorial
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Mar 19, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Director Parker Anderson talks about his new production of Agatha Christie's chestnut, "And Then There Were None" at the Prescott Center for the Arts. How does he bring a one time cast and crew of amateurs together to make a classic mystery come to life? What made them decide on a Christie Revival now? And, just how many PCA plays has this man been in? Find out, on Prescott Arts Beat! Originally airing 3/19/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, theatre, theater, drama, play, mystery, Agatha Christie, Prescott Center for...
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Mar 16, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Travis Mills, perhaps the best known young film director in Arizona, talks about making his biggest project yet, the feature Durant's Never Closes - starring Tom Sizemore, Peter Bogdanovich, Michelle Stafford, John Miller and Jon Gries.  In the space between the amateur filmmakers of film schools or the hard-scrabble indie scene and the content factory workers of Hollywood, there stands Mills. Where will he go next? Originally airing 1/2/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, film, movie, filmmaking
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Mar 16, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Travis Mills, perhaps the best known young film director in Arizona, talks about making his biggest project yet, the feature Durant's Never Closes - starring Tom Sizemore, Peter Bogdanovich, Michelle Stafford, John Miller and Jon Gries.  In the space between the amateur filmmakers of film schools or the hard-scrabble indie scene and the content factory workers of Hollywood, there stands Mills. Where will he go next? Originally airing 1/2/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, film, movie, filmmaking
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Mar 3, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Phoenix Comicon Film Challenge Coordinator JP Frydrych talks about this year's competition featuring the filmmakers of the Grand Canyon State. Top ten films will show at the Phoenix Comicon with event passes for creators!  Originally airing 3/5/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, film, challenge, movie, filmmaking
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Feb 27, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Filmmaking is growing in Yavapai County and we sit down to talk to the lady at the heart of it. Helen Stephenson, Director of the Yavapai College Film and Media Arts Program as well as Executive Director of the Prescott Film Festival, joins us again to talk about both organizations. There's a new major coming down the pike at Yavapai College and several other expansions to how they do business. Plus, Helen gives us the scoop on this year's edition of the Oscar Watching Party that both...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, Yavapai, college, film, movie, filmmaking, Oscar watching, school, cinema
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Feb 25, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Screen legend Elliott Gould talks about his long and storied career in Hollywood, including starring in M*A*S*H, The Long Goodbye, American History X, as well as Ocean's 11, 12 and 13. He answers questions from Prescott Arts Beat listeners about what he looks for in a director, how to be a better actor and how movie making is like a frappe. All of this on the occasion of his Lifetime Achievement Award at the Sedona International Film Festival on 2/28/16. Originally airing 2/27/16 on the K-Jazz...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, Sedona, film, festival, Hollywood, movies, acting, award
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Jan 31, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Jonathan Best, singer/songwriter/musician/experimenter/improviser/music educator/music facilitator, etc talks about his gigging life here in Prescott as well as recent doings at CoMUSIKey, the non-profit dedicated to building community through people playing music together.  The only thing more fun than talking to Jonathan about music and community is listening to him play. Check it out! Originally airing 1/16/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, music, community organizing, Prescott Arts Beat, The Raven Cafe
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Jan 22, 2016 Prescott Arts Beat
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Northern Arizona University Student Kayla Knudson talks about directing an ambitious new short, " This is Where You Die ," as part of their UTV program. The 50 member strong cast and crew includes students from the Quad Cities Area. The Kickstarter Campaign to fund this film ends on 1/28/16. As always with Kickstarter, its all or nothing. Here's hoping they make their goal! Originally airing 11/23/16 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, NAU, film, student, Kickstarter
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Nov 4, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Phoenix Stand Up Comic Durrell Johnson talks about the developing Arizona stand up comedy scene, writing different material for different audiences and appearing in his first Mile High Comedy Theater show. Originally airing 11/7/15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, comedy, stand up, Mile High Comedy Theater
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Oct 25, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Christian H. Smith - a writer/performer who lived for many years in Prescott, AZ - you may know his writing from all those years on Coyote Radio Theater or co-writing three local horror films (Dead Votes Society, Diary of a Mad Scientist's Assistant and Witch Child). Christian has one novel out in his Bloody Bakersfield series on Permuted Press . The sophomore novel in the series is expected in the next few months and the third is sweating under his gaze in the re-write room of his writer's...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, AZ, Arizona, writing, horror, film, Permuted Press
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Oct 25, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Pianist and musician extraordinaire Jonathan Best returns to the stage of Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, once again providing live accompaniment to a classic silent horror movie for Prescott Film Festival. This time its for John Barrymore's classic, "Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde" (1920). Check out Jonathan's approach to developing accompaniment for a silent film, his ongoing support for the young musicians of Prescott and just what animal does he wish he had been raised by in...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, Arizona, music, film, silent, horror, Yavapai College Performing Arts...
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Oct 11, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Ustadza Azra talks about her history as a dancer and teacher in the tribal  bellydance community of Northern Arizona and what its like to create an  instructional video. Originally aired 10/3/15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, bellydance, dance, teach, tribal bellydance
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Oct 10, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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The most successful Halloween event on Prescott, AZ's art calendar returns. Playwright/Director Karen Murphy talks about what does into this celebration of Arizona macabre, the Prescott Ghost Talk. Originally aired 10/10/15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, theatre, Halloween, history
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Sep 26, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Chef Harley Guy talks about developing his menu at The Barley Hound - Prescott, AZ's gastro-pub, http://thebarleyhound.com/, what its like to work in an adventurous kitchen as well as his philosophy when it comes to local/seasonal found in a restaurant setting. Originally aired 9/26/15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff,...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, food, restaurant, chef
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Sep 19, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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JC Lawler talks about portraying Frederick Frankenstein in Prescott Center for the Arts' new production of Mel Brook's musical comedy, "Young Frankenstein." The relatively new actor finds himself taking bows along side the creme of PCA's comedy players. Find out what its like to work with comic geniuses, what JC considers his best Halloween costume eveh and the word that even now gives him to shivers when it is uttered out loud. Originally aired on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, musical theatre, comedy, stage, Arizona
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Jun 27, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Event organizer Adrienne Carey talks about the 3rd Annual Northern Arizona Tattoo Fest, happening 4th of July weekend at the Prescott Resort. Over 100 tattoo artists, a piercing booth and a pin up competition, how this event has grown! Originally aired 6-27-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, Arizona, AZ, tattoo, festival
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Jun 27, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Jill-Christine Wiley stars in the Arizona Broadway Theatre production of Disney's The Little Mermaid on 6/27/15 at Yavapai College Performaing Arts Center. Jill-Christine tells what its like to play the first or maybe its the second most famous red head in muscial theatre. Originally aired 6-27-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, Arizona, musical theatre, Broadway, Disney
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May 4, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Dave Chontos talks about his production design work on  Witch Child , the feature length horror film shooting in, and around, Prescott, AZ in July and August 2015. Years ago, Dave left Prescott for the bright lights of New York City where he now works  as a theatrical designer, film technician, Production Manager, and Theatrical Technical Director.  Recent credits include: Wardrobe Supervision on the theatrical and film versions of  A Midsummer Night’s Dream , directed by Julie Taymor...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, Arizona, theatre, film, horror
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May 4, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Dave Chontos talks about his production design work on  Witch Child , the feature length horror film shooting in, and around, Prescott, AZ in July and August 2015. Years ago, Dave left Prescott for the bright lights of New York City where he now works  as a theatrical designer, film technician, Production Manager, and Theatrical Technical Director.  Recent credits include: Wardrobe Supervision on the theatrical and film versions of  A Midsummer Night’s Dream , directed by Julie Taymor...
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May 2, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Dave Chontos talks about his production design work on Witch Child , the feature length horror film shooting in, and around, Prescott, AZ in July and August 2015. Years ago, Dave left Prescott for the bright lights of New York City where he now works  as a theatrical designer, film technician, Production Manager, and Theatrical Technical Director.  Recent credits include: Wardrobe Supervision on the theatrical and film versions of  A Midsummer Night’s Dream , directed by Julie Taymor...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, theatre, design, film, movie, horror, AZ, Arizona
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Apr 25, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Tom Baugher, writer of the novel and screen play for "C-Bar" and producer of the film, talks about shooting low budget westerns in this modern day and age. The film premieres on May 1st at the historic Elks Theatre in Prescott, AZ. Originally aired 4-25-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, Arizona, interview, wester, film, indie, Elks Theatre, premiere
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Apr 9, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Chalk artist Lori Antoinette (Palmdale, CA) talks about creating street art, the pleasures of working side by side with enthusiastic amateur artists of all ages at the 7th Annual Chalk It Up, Prescott! festival.  Originally aired 4-11-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.)...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, arts, beat, chalk, street art, festival
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Apr 3, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Emmy award winning comedian, author and "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me" panelist Paula Poundstone talks about her 35 years in the funny business of comedy. Along the way, Paula exposes her sympathy for Leonardo daVinci's parents, confesses where she keeps her Mr. Potatohead and describes her Best Halloween Costume Ever! Originally aired 4-4-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott,...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, comedy, stand up, Yavapai College Performing Arts Center
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Mar 27, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Nadia Hagen (long time fans of Tsunami on the Square will remember her from Flam Chen Pyrotechnic Theater) is parade organizer and staff for Mocktober Fest 2015, an amazing spring carnival in Tucson on March 28th, featuring a flock of the performers, bands and brews that have made  the Old Pueblo one of the arts capitals of America and a worthy road trip from Prescott. Originally aired 3-21-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, radio, KJZA, AZ, Arizona, fundraiser, performing arts, Tucson
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Mar 21, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Actor/Choreographer Alexes Niekamp talks about Lonesome Valley Playhouse's production of "Grease."  Talk about your all singing, all dancing shows - every one of the kids from tots to teens who try out get in the show. Its a wonderful night out for the family! Originally aired 3-21-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, theatre, theater, musical, kids, AZ
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Feb 20, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Legendary actor Ed Asner talks about his career on stage, TV and film. He is HILARIOUS! Ed and the great actor/director Mark Rydell (On Golden Pond, The Rose, The Cowboys) are appearing at the 21st Annual Sedona Film Festival. For more info on these performances and the film they'll also be screening, click  here . When did he realize he was playing so many grumps? Which jobs does he wish he'd been picked for? And how does he REALLY feel about brussel sprouts? All these questions, and more,...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, theatre, theater, comedy, Sedona Film Festival
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Feb 20, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Legendary actor/director Mark Rydell talks about his career - from starring in early soap operas to directing multiple Oscar nominated films, including The Rose, On Golden Pond, etc. He and Ed Asner are appearing at the 21st Annual Sedona Film Festival. For more info on these performances and the film they'll also be screening, click here . What was it like convincing John Wayne to be in your movie? How do you feel about watching rushes as an actor or a director? How do you choose the right DP...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, theatre, theater, comedy, Sedona Film Festival, AZ
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Feb 1, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Multi-Instrumentalists/singers Khris Dodge and Jenn Cristy talk about   Lonely Street Productions' new show " Surf Rock Beach Party! "  Mixing the guitar sound of bands like The Ventures and the lush harmonies of bands like The Beach Boys, its one big celebration of the America's Party Music and bound to have 'em dancing in the aisles at the historic theatre. Summer is coming! Are you ready to party? Originally aired 1-31-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, Arizona, Lonely Street Productions, concert, tribute, dance, surf, guitar,...
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Jan 25, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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NARD Founder and Manager Holly Ween talks about the State of the League in 2015, including the big time news they've been accepted as an apprentice league in the Women's Flat Track Derby Association . They join 96 other apprentice leagues and 260 full member leagues in this international body. A big step up for a feisty bunch of sk8ters in Everybody's Hometown! Originally aired 1-24-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm,...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, Arizona, AZ, roller derby
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Jan 18, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Paul Moskovitch, chef and co-owner, talks about Nastee Dogs - the new restaurant he and (other co-owner) Steven Roberts opened two months ago. Featuring hot dogs, panini and whoopie pies - what's the kicker? Almost everything they make was made from scratch on premise. All the way down to the homemade celery salt on those dogs. I literally started drooling on my mic! Originally aired 1-17-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, restraurant, food, cooking, hot dogs, whoopie pies, Arizona, panini
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Jan 13, 2015 Prescott Arts Beat
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Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to open a new restaurant int downtown Prescott, AZ - "The Local." Originally aired 1-10-15 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit. To hear more of our shows, go to...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, food, restaurant, crowd-funding, Kickstarter
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Aug 3, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Writer/Director/Producer David Dufour (Wishnever Productions) talks about his newest web series, "Web Series Trailer" - from an easy definition of this new TV type to how to make a show with next to no crew to some of the talented people involved.  Originally aired 7-26-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, web series, filmmaking, television
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Jun 29, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Prescott, AZ Poet Dan Seaman (who you might remember from his running open mic at Peregrine Book Company or the Two Lane Blues radio show for years on KJZA or the Slab City Slam at Arcosanti or years spinning fire with first Pyroklectic and now PrimalFire) comes back on the show with a series of essays he wrote about the Yarnell Hill Fire and the Yarnell 19.  Its now been a year since the Yarnell Hill Fire. In observance of that disaster,  and the loss of these "Hot Shot" wildland...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arts, Beat, writing, poet, disaster, fire, wildland, hotshot, firefighter, memorial
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Tony Reynolds, owner of A Small Art Gallery, talks about the upcoming Large Format Art Show featuring painters Paul Abbott and Dana Cohn. Abbott is a recipient of the Buckey Award for Excellence in the Arts. Both are outstanding artists working on a very large scale.  Originally aired 6-14-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, gallery, show, art, painting
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Carpetbag Brigade Physical Theater Company founder and director Jay Ruby (as well as founder of Tsunami on the Square Performing Arts Festival) joins us once again to talk about the newest thing he's founded, the Global Stilt Congress. This event at Arcosanti, features performers from multiple stilt performance groups coming together to pass on skills and finishing with a combined public performance. Originally aired 5-31-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, Arcosanti, stilts, performance
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Actress Natasha Kong talks about performing in "Diary of a Mad Scientist's Assistant" - the first web series shot entirely in Northern Arizona. Her fantastic comic chops can be seen in this web series on YouTube.  https://www.youtube.com/user/madsciencediary/videos Originally aired 5-24-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, web series, comedy, actress, film
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Art Beat
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The@trics founders and directors Tiffany Antone and Cason Murphy talk about their Creative and Devised Ensemble Workshop for Teens. Originally aired 5-17-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go to...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, theatre
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott, AZ
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Noted Arizona author Lili DeBarbieri talks about her newest book, covering historic and contemporary location filmmaking in Arizona - especially here in Yavapai County.  Originally aired 4-26-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, filmmakng, book, author
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Mile High Comedy Theatre Founder and Director Cynthia Sobo talks about mixing improv, sketch and stand up comedy together at their debut performance at the Elks Theatre in Prescott, AZ. Originally aired 4-19-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, comedy, stand up, improv, sketch, theatre
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Texas Street Artist Anet Ronen talks about being a guest artist at Chalk It Up, Prescott! One of the fastest growing art festivals in Yavapai County brings in professional artists to work alongside anyone who shows up and wants to make chalk art that day. Originally aired 4-12-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, chalk, art, artist, festival
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Ann-Marie Benz from Prescott Creeks talks about Arizona Gives Day and the many activities our advocates for the local watershed have planned - including an art making event using materials reclaimed in the annual volunteer watershed clean up. Originally aired 4-5-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, watershed, non profit
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Once again we talk with Jody Drake, whose Blue Rose Theatre and now Blue Rose Heritage and Culture Center, have been bastions of the local theatre movement in Yavapai County for many, many years. The plays she has written or shepherded through production are famous for their micro-focus on the people and places that formed our part of the Grand Canyon State.  Originally aired 3-29-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm,...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, theatre, actors, reenactors, Yavapai
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Jun 15, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Once again, the ever charming theater maven Gail Mangham visits us and talks about progress on this year's The Artist's Path Festival. Including a sneak peek at her one woman production of, "Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins."   Originally aired 3-15-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, theater, drama, festival, actor
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Apr 13, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Lauren Dameron Eynon is a yoga instructor working in the Quad Cities of Northern Arizona, where she teaches Ananda Yoga, or blissful body awareness, for populations that are in the process of rehabilitation from illness and injury. Originally aired 3-22-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern...
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Mar 7, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Pushpa Basnet, a social worker from Nepal, is the subject of the award winning documentary, "Waiting for Mamu" - about her work supporting the children of prison inmates. The film's producer, Angela Bernhard Thomas, and Pushpa talk about the challenges of housing and providing school for these children and the process of finding a documentary in 100 hours of raw footage about Pushpa's work. Originally aired 3-2-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, Sedona Film Festival, film, cinema, festival, documentary
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Mar 7, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Dancer-Choreographer-Scholar Mary Heller talks about using the body to create art, the changes that body goes through over the years and some ways to address those changes in movement.  Originally aired 2-16-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, AZ, dance, choreography
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Feb 19, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Musician-Composer-Music Educator Jonathan Best returns to Prescott Arts Beat to talk about  comMUSIKey,  his non-profit bringing music performance back to the people, regular folks that just gotta sing. Or play. Or all of the above. This organization presents twice weekly music playshops. And he talks about a fantastic marathon dance he's throwing with, The Moving Edge Ensemble, at Prescott College's GPAC on Saturday, 2/22/14, to benefit Commusikey. Originally aired 2-22-14 on the K-Jazz...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, dance, music, singing, music education
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Feb 12, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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From Deep in the Heart of Fresno stomps a rootsy trio of young musicians taking their brand of Americana music to the streets - be they wide or narrow. Everything old is new again and ready to kick ass. Check out Lance Canales and the Flood! Originally aired 2-9-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County...
Topics: music, musician, touring, The Raven Cafe, Prescott, AZ, Arizona
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Feb 11, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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After the recent announcement that Tsunami on the Square Performing Arts and Culture Festival would be folding up its tents, here's a post with ToTTS Founder Jay Ruby talking about the 15 years of arts and culturey goodness that was this Most Improbable Festival. Originally aired 2-2-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff,...
Topics: Tsunami on the Square, Prescott, AZ, Arizona, performing, festival
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Feb 11, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Executive Director Patrick Schweiss walks us through the 20th Annual Sedona International Film Festival, the films, the celebs, the workshops and what goes into putting on a world class cinema event. Originally aired 1-26-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Sedona, AZ, Arizona, film, movie, cinema, Susan Sarandon, Morgan Spurlock
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Feb 11, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Musician John Searles, AZ Commission on the Arts Deputy Director Jaime Dempsey and I talk about a fantastic new grant program called "Art Tank," in which non profit arts organizations and artists go head to head in open meetings to pitch new programs and win a chance at the first new substantial arts grant in a very long time. Hosted by myself, this was a great night for the arts in Everybody's Hometown!  Originally aired 1-19-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio...
Topics: arts, grants, pitch, Arizona, AZ, Prescott
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Feb 11, 2014 Prescott Arts Beat
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Prescott artist and gallery owner Dave Newman talks about his newest solo show and what the day to day life of the creative in NorAZ is like. Originally aired 1-12-14 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Saturdays at 2pm, Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go to...
Topics: art, gallery, Whiskey Row
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Dec 8, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Cellist turned bluegrass guitarist Michael Shay talks about his new band Texas Express as they barnstorm across Colorado and Arizona in the middle of snowy winter.  Originally aired 12-8-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go to...
Topics: AZ, Texas, Colorado, bluegrass, Prescott, Raven Cafe, music, musician, touring
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Nov 30, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Lili DeBarbieri, volunteer advisor to the Save Rex Ranch campaign, talks about this historic working ranch (starting in the 1880's)/dude ranch (starting in the 1930's) and their crusade to renovate the 35 buildings on the 50 acres near Tubac, AZ into a retreat for artists and a community arts center. Originally aired 12-1-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties,...
Topics: arts, fundraiser, historic, AZ, Arizona, Tubac, ranch
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Nov 24, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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The world renowned guitarist talks about  what it was like to play guitar with Andres Segovia in his home, the first song he played after a  car crash almost took his ability to play and the origin of his distinctive stage clothing.  Originally aired 11-24-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.)...
Topics: guitar, music, spanish, Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ
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Nov 16, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Arizona Citizens for the Arts Executive Director Rusty Foley talks about the nomination process for this year's awards, plus the big shindig at the Mesa Center for the Arts where they hand out the awards! Originally aired 11-17-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: arts, awards. AZ. Arizona
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Nov 16, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Robin Pinto, U of A landscape historian, talks about the CCC, WPA and other public programs that created a wealth of buildings, bridges, sidewalks, monuments and renovation work in Arizona during the Great Depression. Originally aired 11-10-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Robin Pinto, architecture, public art, Yavapai, Prescott, AZ, New Deal, Great Depression
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Gabriel Diani and Etta Devine, aka Diani and Devine, the comedy duo who's feature "The Selling" won a lot of hearts and minds at the Prescott Film Festival talk about their ground breaking use of "crowd-funding" - inviting lots of small investors to support the kind of movies they'd like to see in theatres - and how their strategies have changed over the years. Originally aired 11-3-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, cinema, film, movies, fundraising
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Actress Judy Stahl talks about acting in an indie horror comedy shot in Prescott during the weekend that film screened at the 3rd Annual Tucson Terrorfest. www.deadvotessociety.com Prescott filmmaking represent! Originally aired 10-20-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, film, movie, cinema, Tucson
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Writer/Director Karen Murphy of the Prescott Center for the Arts talks about their popular and long running Chautauqua-esque revue of historic horror and the macabre. Originally aired 10-13-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go to...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, theatre, history, Halloween
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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LVCT Founder Clyde Neville talks about putting on theatre with small thespians and big ambitions in Prescott Valley.  Originally aired 9-1-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go to...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, theatre, children, Prescott Valley, musical theatre
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Filmmaker/Cinematographer Forrest Sandefer talks about his latest projects and being named MVP of the Prescott Film Festival's locally made films  program this past July. Originally aired 8-4-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, film, cinema, movies, cinematography
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Kevin Rose may be the only practicing stand up comedian in Yavapai County. Here the funny man talk about building a routine and making a name for himself on the circuit.  Originally aired 7-21-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, comedy, stand up
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Matt Jackson, jazz composer, arranger and keyboardist around town, talks about the new quite large band appearing at The Raven Cafe. Originally aired 7-14-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go to...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, jazz, big band, The Raven Cafe
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Flam Chen Pyrotechnic Theatre's Tech Director, the ever calm and inventive  Paul Weir talks about the debut of their newest show at Arcosanti, Caribbean Technology. Originally aired 7-7-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern Nevada.) Producer-Host Andrew Johnson-Schmit.  To hear more of our shows, go to...
Topics: Prescott, Arts Beat, fire, pyro, Flam Chen, Tucson, Arcosanti, stilts
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Nov 5, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Tsunami on the Square Performing Arts and Culture Festival Founder Jay Ruby talks about the 15th Annual Tsunami on the Square and the US tour of Carpetbag Brigade, Nemcatacoa Teatro and Hojarasca Musica Andina which makes its first stop at Tsunami on the Square. Originally aired 5-19-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, festival, performance, art, stilts, Columbia, San Francisco
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Aug 18, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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In memory of the dear, departed local comedy group Coyote Radio Theater, we relive part of the 2004 Day of the Dead Dinner Show in the Crystal Ballroom of the Hotel St. Michael in historic downtown Prescott, AZ.  This show features: part one of "Revenge of the Radio Avenger" and both parts of the commercial parody "BlondeStar." Originally aired 8-18-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, radio theater, drama, comedy, fundraiser
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Aug 18, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Volunteer Coordinator LinMarie DiCianni talks about the Yarnell Rising Variety Show fundraiser , set for August 31st, which will benefit folks burnt out by the Yarnell Hill Fire and featuring the creme de la creme of Prescott Arizona performers.  Originally aired 8-11-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM in Prescott, 89.5FM in Yavapai and Coconino Counties, 91.3FM in Flagstaff, 90.7FM in Mohave County and Eastern...
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, fundraiser, performing, Hendrix
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Aug 11, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Jaime Dempsey, the Deputy Director of the Arizona Commission on the Arts, talks about new programs and a very amazing out of the blue funding opportunity for the arts here inArizona. Plus, we find out one name for sure she is not considering for her soon to arrive baby. Originally aired on 5-12-13 over the K-JAZZ Radio Network.  To find out more, go to www.prescottartsbeat.blogspot.com.
Topics: Arizona Commission on the Arts, grants, arts management, poet laureate
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Aug 1, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Nicholas Cifuentes, director of the Nemcatacoa Treato, talks about bringing his world class acrobatic stiltwalkers from Colombia in South America to the US for a summer of performances, starting in Everybody's Hometown. Originally aired on 5-12-13 over the K-JAZZ Radio Network. To find out more, go to www.prescottartsbeat.blogspot.com.
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, stilts, performance, circus
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Aug 1, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Nicholas Cifuentes, director of Nemcatacoa Teatro - the world famous acrobatic stilt walking troupe, talks about coming all the way from Colombia in South America to perform across America this summer, starting in Prescott at the 15th Annual Tsunami on the Square.
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, Tsunami on the Square, circus, performance, stilts, South America
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Aug 1, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Filmmaker Zaydee Terasas, newly graduated from Prescott College, talks about being a young filmmaker in Everybody's Hometown. Originally aired on 5-5-13 over the K-JAZZ Radio Network. To find out more, go to www.prescottartsbeat.blogspot.com.
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, film, movie, cinema, Prescott College
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Aug 1, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Prescott Center for the Arts Executive Director Jon Meyer talks about this summer's many choices for pint sized thespians. Originally aired on 4-28-13 over the K-JAZZ Radio Network. To find out more, go to www.prescottartsbeat.blogspot.com.
Topics: Prescott, AZ, Arizona, theatre, drama, kids
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Apr 28, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Jody Drake built Blue Rose Theatre into one of two museum based historical theatre troupes over the years at Prescott, AZ's Sharlot Hall Museum. Plays and other productions were predominantly locally written pieces about local historical events and people. Their audience was passionate and their work was unique - you literally could be sitting in the audience watching a piece about events that happened steps away and be sitting next to the great grand-daughter of the main character. After a...
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, drama, theatre, Blue Rose
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Apr 14, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Sedona based playwright, director and actor Kate Hawkes talks about the new play she's bringing to Prescott as part of Tomorrow's Theatre Tonight and the state of theatre in Sedona. Originally aired on 4-14-13 over the K-JAZZ Radio Network. To find out more, go to www.prescottartsbeat.blogspot.com.
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, radio, theatre, drama, Sedona
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Apr 14, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Artist Dana Cohn leaves his work-a-day job as a well represented painter once a year to take up chalk and participate in the largest chalk art festival in Northern AZ. This year, he's a featured artist. Dana talks about making this temporary art on a bank's parking lot and the democracy of artistic creation at a festival like this. Originally aired on 3-17-13 over the K-JAZZ Radio Network. To find out more, go to www.prescottartsbeat.blogspot.com.
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, AZ, chalk, art, public art, festival
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Apr 14, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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The Artist's Path Artistic Director Gail Mangham talks about this year's schedule, including her one woman show about Texas political writer Molly Ivins and a showcase of local photojournalism. Originally aired on 3-17-13 over the K-JAZZ Radio Network. To find out more, go to www.prescottartsbeat.blogspot.com.
Topics: Prescott, Arts, Beat, theatre, journalism, photography, AZ, festival
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Mar 16, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Tiffany Antone and Cason Murphy, partners in The@trics - a bold and inventive approach to theater in Northern Arizona, talk to us about their newest venture, a workshop teaching teens how to speak the speech trippingly of William Shakespeare. The whole thing culminates in a production of Midsummer Night's Dream. Sounds like a great way to start your Spring! Originally aired 3-10-13 on the K-Jazz Radio Network, Community Supported Radio in the Central Arizona Highlands (Sundays at noon - 90.1FM...
Topics: theater, acting, teen
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Mar 4, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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The American actor David Strathairn has a long list in IMDB.com of well respected films - spanning many films by John Sayles, "The Bourne Ultimatum," "Dolores Claiborne ,"  "A League of Their Own," "L.A. Confidential," "Good Night and Good Luck," "Lincoln" and finally, his newest film, "No God No Master." When a veteran film actor brings a under reported film to the Sedona Film Festival, inquiring minds want to know.  In...
Topics: film, cinema, acting, Sedona Film Festival, AZ, Arizona, Prescott Arts Beat
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Mar 3, 2013 Prescott Arts Beat
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Carrie Rodriguez is the most recent Americana act to tour through Yavapai County courtesy of Tom Agostino and The Folk Sessions. A classically trained violinist from Texas, Rodriguez had a life changing moment when she sat in on a sound check for Lyle Lovett and his Large Band. Going back to her dorm room at Oberlin Conservatory, she told her room mate she had to get out of there and within a very short amount of time was at Berklee in Boston learning how to be a jazz influenced fiddler...
Topics: Prescott Arts Beat, americana, interview, music, musician, fiddler, Texas